Gandhara Snake

The Submission of Apalāla Hymn of the nāga Kālika The Miracle at Uruvilva
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Pakistan (In the collection of Lahore Museum, photographed) Descriptive line Photograph depicting the extinguishing of the sacred fire in a fire temple, Greco Buddhist (Gandhara School). India, ca. 1st to 2nd century A.D.

Pakistan (In the collection of Lahore Museum, photographed) Descriptive line Photograph depicting the extinguishing of the sacred fire in a fire temple, Greco Buddhist (Gandhara School).

Submission of Apalāla. Taxila Museum. Gandhara

Submission of Apalāla.

« l'hymne du Naga Kalika et de sa femme », « La Soumission des Kasyapa (Kassapa) » ou « Le Miracle d’ Uruvela (Uruvilva) ». Collection Amory

« l'hymne du Naga Kalika et de sa femme », « La Soumission des Kasyapa (Kassapa) » ou « Le Miracle d’ Uruvela (Uruvilva) ». Collection Amory

Gandharan Archives Kurita: The Buddha and the Black Serpent In the Fire Temple 2

The Buddha and the Black Serpent In the Fire Temple Gandhara Archives Kurita

Buddha and Någaråja Kålika, Hymn of the nāga Kālika, Gandhara, Peshawar Museum, no. 1972.

Buddha and Någaråja Kålika, Hymn of the nāga Kālika, Gandhara, Peshawar Museum, no.

Bas-relief en schiste comportant deux scènes séparées par un pilier orné de motifs végétaux. A gauche, « l'hymne du Naga Kalika et de sa femme ». 17.5 x 36 cm. GANDHARA (Ier – Vème siècle) Collection Amory

Bas-relief en schiste comportant deux scènes séparées par un pilier orné de motifs végétaux. A gauche, « l'hymne du Naga Kalika et de sa femme ». 17.5 x 36 cm. GANDHARA (Ier – Vème siècle) Collection Amory

"Buddha with Naga-Kalika," c. 100's CE, a Gandharan sculpture now in the National Museum, Delhi

"Buddha with Naga-Kalika," c. CE, a Gandharan sculpture now in the National Museum, Delhi

"Buddha with Naga-Kalika" Gandhara Lahore museum

"Buddha with Naga-Kalika" Gandhara Lahore museum

Photograph taken in c.1883 and attributed to Henry Hardy Cole (probably incorrectly) of a Buddist sculpture slab, representing Buddha with a snake in his alms bowl, from an unknown location near Peshawar in the North West Frontier Province and now in the Lahore Museum. This sculpture illustrates the miracle at the fire-temple, where, Buddha subdued a dangerous serpent which had taken up residence at the temple through his spiritual power. Once subdued the snake crawled into the Buddha's…

Photograph taken in c.1883 and attributed to Henry Hardy Cole (probably incorrectly) of a Buddist sculpture slab, representing Buddha with a snake in his alms bowl, from an unknown location near Peshawar in the North West Frontier Province and now in the Lahore Museum. This sculpture illustrates the miracle at the fire-temple, where, Buddha subdued a dangerous serpent which had taken up residence at the temple through his spiritual power. Once subdued the snake crawled into the Buddha's…

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